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So you’re looking at a six month waiting period to get in so if you plan to come here make sure you book 6 months in advance. You must reserve online and then it’s $15 no matter what size vehicle or rig to enter the state park. If you’re just coming to enjoy the beach for a day that’s also…
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This place is great for a manufactured park it has great amenities, a nice clean pool and hot tub. the staff is amazing the grounds are well-kept and tropical vibe and it’s covered with trees. nice laundry room, a great dog park with bags to clean up after your pets, a lot of guest parking,…
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Good place to rv stay. Back in sites with HUGE additional spots for extra vehicle. No tables Full hook ups All paved spots which is great because no dust getting into your rig. I took a picture of 5 before we pulled in so you can see how huge. The host is friendly and lives on site. No pool A…
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I stayed at Kenney Grove Park on my way from Vegas to Santa Barbara, and again on my way back. I believe it was $23 for a dry camping spot, plus another $2/night for having my dog along. It was a lovely, quiet park that I was surprised to find tucked away in Fillmore. On the Saturday night that I…
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The directions don’t take you exactly there but just keep cruising on golden shore road and you will see it on your right side. Great shaded area right on the water. Great spots to pull in and enjoy a few days or longer. Electrical hook ups and paved roads
The staff are helpful and nice, be aware that office hours are 9a-5p. Laundry closes at 9pm. Pool needs a separate key (they gave us one on arrival) get a deluxe site if you can. The standard sites are essentially a large parking spot in a paved parking lot. The deluxe feel more like an RV site…
The campground is just a parking lot. But, for $40 a night it is in a great location to start your water sport take off. I used the nearby ramp to launch my SUP and paddle around the marina/s.
This is one of the best handicap accessible shower and restroom areas we’ve seen. The larger pool had a roll in area but I do not know if they had a wheelchair that would allow you to actually use it or if you needed your own.￼. The downfall is they do not assign slots so if you need a handicap…
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Nice getaway. Dog friendly!
Awesome beachside bar and grill.
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We stay all day by the water. Beach side grill and bar. AwesoMe. Thank you.
Great spot right by the harbor. No hookups, just large spaces in a designated parking area for RV's. $40/Night to park. Road is a little busy next to the parking lot but location and weather make up for the noise. Well patrolled by local law enforcement.
Quiet and clean with a lot of shaded spots. The campground management is very helpful and nice. I’d camp there again and again!
Noting special. Small place for friends . No one around no restrooms
Wow this place is spectacular. It’s all about the views. You are lulled to sleep by the crashing waves of the Pacific. Our “partial view” site was actually full view (although they do have a rule about vans being self contained and our wasn’t, so that awkward). Lots of families and dogs here.…